GoldRush Rally: Part Two

It’s time to continue the insanity that is GoldRush Rally. I have already shared some of the crazy cars and their wraps in Part One and now it’s time to show some more crazy cars!

One of the newest additions to the streets is the C7 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. Martino Auto Concepts took the already stunning Vette and put an immaculate wrap on. The wrap not only showcases real pictures of other exotic cars such as Lamborghini’s and Ferrari’s but also show cases the legendary heritage of the all-American Corvette.

Next, we have a very famous and a very unique Lamborghini Aventador named Batventador. The sleek, blacked out Lambo hails from California and participated on the entire GoldRush trip.    The world famous Batman logo is on the hood of the vehicle among other places. A gold ribbon on the hood is in support of cancer awareness as the driver of the car frequently visits the Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles, California. On the both sides of the Lambo there is stunning artwork of kids talking, meant to look like the Batman comic book. The wrap on this car was done by Protective Film Solutions and looks flawless.

Keeping up with the Aventador, next is the most driven and the most famous Lamborghini on the road today. Piloted by the ever so eccentric Team Salamone, Bryan Salamone and his girl Concubine, the chrome Lambo has been featured in many magazines and even the rapper 50 Cent’s new music video. Stationed right here in Long Island, New York, Team Salamone took place in the entire rally. Their Lamborghini Aventador Roadster has a chrome finish over the original Verde Scandal (lime green) paint. The lines of the vehicle, as well as the rims, are out lined in the Verde Scandal color. Along the bottom of the car are gold bricks with names on them. Fans of the Lambo could have donated $100 to get their name on one of these bricks. All proceeds went to help stop Human Trafficking in Africa. There were numerous other GoldRush Rally stickers on the car.

Last but certainly not least is the one of one Bugatti Veyron. Nicknamed ‘Panda’ due to its original white and black color, this Veyron is the only one in the world with that custom color scheme. Valued at over $1 million, the owner doesn’t seem to care to much about the miles he puts on as he took place in the entire rally. Not only does he own this Bugatti, he also owns the white and black Rolls Royce Phantom and the Lamborghini Murcielago SV, both of which took place in the rally. When the exotic rolled down the street it easily stole the attention away from all the other cars. The Bugatti did not have a wrap on the car and only featured GoldRush Rally and sponsor stickers. I do however think that the gold rims are an excellent touch.

We have over 100 pictures of the rally! Come back tomorrow and view the whole album. Although every car was not featured in the article, we will bring you pictures of all the cars we saw!

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